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If anyone has any advice on the best method of changing the spark plugs itíd be greatly appreciated. The best thing I see now for the right side is taking the plastics off. Thanks in advance


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What year ? older models do require some stuff to be removed to get to the rear cylinder plug out. the 2012-18 brutes are pretty easy to replace, just need to remove the seat to get to the rear cylinder plug
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What year ? older models do require some stuff to be removed to get to the rear cylinder plug out. the 2012-18 brutes are pretty easy to replace, just need to remove the seat to get to the rear cylinder plug


Itís a 15 model. I bought it in 16 and havenít changed the plugs. Got some at the dealer when they warrantied my stator and just at a glance one of the plugs looked kinda tough to get to. The one on the left looks like you can get it with a U joint and an extension


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i have an 02 and was wondering the same thing... is there a video? I've searched online but he did it on an 07 and it looks a little different
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i have an 02 and was wondering the same thing... is there a video? I've searched online but he did it on an 07 and it looks a little different
The 650/700s and 750s have the plugs in the same place. What covers them is a little different between the Brutes and the Prairies.

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